Kentucky shoots down real estate minimum-service proposal

State commission plans to form study group to consider other options

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Legislators in Kentucky have stripped provisions from a proposed bill that sought to establish new service requirements for all real estate licensees in the state.

The Kentucky Real Estate Commission proposed the legislation, which would have allowed the commission to establish a minimum level of services that real estate licensees must perform after entering into a written listing or brokerage agreement with a client.